It’s time to go on a hot date…with your Tarot cards!
Now that Summer is here, it’s the perfect time to pack up your Tarot deck, a journal and pen and head off to the beach, a park or your backyard and do some self exploration.
If you’re wondering what on earth you’re going to ask your Tarot cards, I’ve posted some ideas below. I encourage you to draw only one card per question and to spend some time contemplating and writing. And who knows where your new insights will take your life 🙂
What do I need to know/see/understand right now?
What do I need to focus on right now?
What message do my spirit guides/angels have for me?
How can I have more fun in life?
What’s the best way for me to make a positive difference in the world?
What will help me feel more at peace?
How can I express myself creatively this week?
What talent do I have that I need to use more?
What part of myself am I ignoring/denying right now?
What do I need more of in my life?
What do I need less of in my life?
How can I feel more connected to others?
Who in my life do I need to reach out to right now?
What is influencing me the most right now?
What spiritual lesson am I trying to master right now?
How can I be more powerful and effective in my life right now?
What is my biggest block at the moment?
What characteristics do I need to fully embrace?
What area of my life needs the most attention right now?
How can I feel more free?
- What if you get a negative card in a positive position?
For example, let’s say you ask “how can I make a positive difference in the world?” and you get The Hanged Man. How on Earth will you interpret that?!
1. Put yourself in the position of the figure on the card. When you become The Hanged Man, what do you notice?
I notice that I am powerless to do anything action wise, but I still have control over how I think and feel. Surrendering to what is brings peace, fighting what is brings suffering.
I also notice that I am upside down, which gives me a totally different perspective on things than I had before!
So I might interpret this as meaning that I can make a positive difference in the world by not wasting energy on fighting against what is. Instead I should put my energy on finding peace where I am and remembering that there is always more than one perspective. When I am in a peaceful state and when I recognize there are many ways to see a situation, I will behave differently and voila! I will have made a positive difference in the world!
2. Ask “what is the positive side to this card?”
All cards – regardless of whether they appear “negative” or “positive” have a positive side to them.
For example, The Devil is about addiction and feeling trapped and stuck, but it’s also about breaking free from addiction and stuckness. So if I had gotten The Devil instead of The Hanged Man for the above question, I may conclude that in order to make a positive difference in the world, I need to first break free of my own destructive habits and patterns and then help others to do the same.
- Share your experience...
Which question(s) did you choose to explore? Did you have any epiphanies? Feel free to share you experience in the comments below!